Are you new to feeding wild birds in your outdoor space?
Do you have a problem that needs an answer?
Or, would you just like to learn something new that you have not tried before?
✓ What bird feeders will help you attract the wild birds you want to see?
✓ How to stop squirrels & the number one wild bird predator !*#?
✓ How to prevent piles of uneaten seed under your feeder!
✓ Tips to stop Starlings and Blackbirds from owning Your feeders!
✓ How to attract birds to your yard with not only bird feeders, but more?
✓ How to keep hummingbird feeders clean to prevent disease?
✓ What type of bird house should you put up?
✓ What are
the best birding binoculars to use for bird watching?
The help you need is right here on this site!
The list of exhilarating moments can go on and on.
Songbirds at your bird feeders are awesome, but be careful!
But, “Why be careful?” you ask?
All bird supplies, including bird feeders and houses should come with the warning:
“Bird feeding can be addictive!”
I know from personal experience and witnessing many other bird lovers behaviour.
Of course it’s not an “addiction” in the negative, destructive sense.
It is a healthy, cherished and positive hobby, watching and learning about birds.
A pastime that enhances your life in so many ways. That has certainly been my experience. One that I am now eagerly sharing with you.
Many hours can pass by while you are entertained and feeling good watching your feathered friends and their antics.
Your first feathered visitor to your bird feeders is a special exhilarating experience.
This feeling does not end after the first visitor either, but continues with the second and third...
Seasons bring changes for our avian friends too.
Wild birds are attracted to our outdoor spaces with different types of bird feeders filled with a variety of bird food, bird houses, plants, flowers, trees and especially bird baths with moving water.
There are many things you can do to bring birds up close for hours of exciting viewing.
There is a lot to learn about our feathered friends that will amaze you!
The answer may surprise you. A bird bath will attract birds easier and faster than a bird feeder.
Plus if you add movement to the water your feathered friends will not be able to resist your invitation. Wild birds like many of their admirers love the sound of water.
And a bird bath will draw birds who normally would not be attracted to a feeder, like Warblers for instance.
But, will feeding and watching wild birds in your backyard be enjoyable and exhilarating all the time?
Don't let the problems that come along from time to time overwhelm you. There are ways to fix every obstacle.
You may have found this site because you were looking for a solution to a backyard bird feeding dilemma.
The help you need to fix the troubles you encounter are here, so you can enjoy this wonderful hobby to the full extent.
Wild birds raise their young in a fashion that is suited to their particular species' preferences and their environment.
Bird houses are another avenue to attract birds for close-up viewing. It is a wonderful experience to watch adult birds care for and raise their young.
There are many different places birds choose to build their homes and just as many different styles of nests that birds construct.
But their purpose is the same, to raise their young safely and successfully to adulthood.
Getting to know the nesting habits of wild birds is important.
Where Can You Find The Best Bird ID Guide?
Or Best Bird House, Best Bird Bath, Best Bird Seed...
Right here on this site.
Learn the requirements of a good bird house to attract the type of birds you wish to see in your garden.
Learn why it is important to provide water for your backyard birds all year.
Learn the benefits of good quality bird seed and save money.
There are product recommendations throughout the site to help you make a good choice when buying bird watching equipment.
I would also love to hear from you!
Your personal birding experiences & comments about this web site, are also welcome!
All pages on this website have links to related information to the page you are on, in two places, at the top of the right hand column and at the bottom of the page.
You are invited to explore this web site to find out more about birds and the many aspects of backyard bird feeding and bird watching.
I hope you will find this web site both educational and entertaining.